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09.07.2015, 10:10 PM

Bravo man! That's a good looking truck!


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09.08.2015, 10:30 AM

Looking great, Jeff - I like the custom ESC holder and short motor wires...super clean. Here is a quick tip: the rx lead from the ESC can be tucked in between the battery tray and chassis brace - safe and outta site. :-)

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09.08.2015, 11:39 PM

How's the truggy chassis edition coming?

I too love the anodizing btw!
   
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09.09.2015, 11:00 PM

Still gonna be a bit on the truggy-style chassis(will likely be hard anodized) - remember I have to keep up with a couple hundred products while developing new stuff. :-)
   
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09.10.2015, 01:18 PM

Great! I am excited to see it! I was hoping it would be all one piece and include front kick-up. Can you give us any other developmental details? Thanks so much for this forum and the products.
   
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09.10.2015, 07:20 PM

Indeed, the plan for the truggy chassis is similar to that of a modern truggy - one piece with integrated front kick-up. :-)
   
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Tweaks - 10.22.2015, 04:01 PM

Made a few minor tweaks on the V-Maxx chassis to accommodate the new center skid with 2 diff location possibilities. I enlarged the center opening(added clearance) so the diff assembly can be mounted more towards the rear - particularly useful when running the chassis extensions for optimum weight balance. Also, the chassis braces are now threaded instead of the chassis plate itself, and the underside of the chassis is cut a little deeper(adds pre-load to the servo saver and lowers overall Cg) - The tranny mounts are also no longer recessed in the top of the chassis.
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10.27.2015, 09:54 PM

Customization and choices are always nice! No rush, but how's the truggy edition coming?

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10.28.2015, 11:25 AM

Have some brainstorming ideas working for the truggy-style chassis, but the final design is a little ways out. It will likely be a fairly limited edition, though, as there hasn't been a lot of requests for it. If I can get what's in my head into reality, it will be pretty bitchin', though!
   
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10.29.2015, 06:46 PM

I think the request ist very low because not many Guys now that your want make a Chassis. Ich they now it they will wait because they want to see it first.
Is the Truggy Chassis longer then a V-Maxx with 35mm extension? And will it be a 1P or 2P Set-Up?
   
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10.29.2015, 09:57 PM

The truggy chassis will be similar in length to an extended V-Maxx - a single battery pack is the plan.
   
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truggy chassis - 10.30.2015, 05:27 PM

I surely in for a truggy chassis!
   
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Any news about the Truggy Chassis?
   
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06.20.2016, 07:58 PM

Hurray for the single pack!
   
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